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Posted: 09/02/2009

Employer
Dawood Engineering, Inc.
Environmental

Founded in 1992, Dawood Engineering, Inc., is a multi-disciplined consulting firm offering services to both the public and private sector. The firm provides engineeringstructural, highway, geotechnical, civil and for design-build projectssurveying and environmental services, as well as bridge inspection. Dawood provides these and site civil services, construction consultation and management, for a wide range of transportation, other public works and facilities projects.


Position
Architectural Historian
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Enola, PA
Details
 

Part-time position to be responsible for preparing documents such as memorandum of Agreement, developing program agreements, Section 106 Eligibility Report, Effects Evaluations, and preparation of Determination of Effects report, etc. Development of mitigation strategies for adversely affected properties in consultation with team members, PennDOT, FHWA, BHP and Section 106 consulting parties. Perform Section 4(f) evaluations. Preparation of cultural Resource early coordination. Will work permitting for both public and private projects.

Basic Qualifications:

" Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Architectural History, Preservation Planning or closely related field.

" A minimum of 3 years experience in Architectural History.

" Knowledge of archival methods, architectural survey, national Register, etc.

" Ability to travel and work on project teams.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Send resume via e-mail complete with professional references.
Brad Teahl
ADDRESS
2020 Good Hope Road
Enola, PA 17025

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